ANONYMUS: Canadian Tour Dates Announced

Quebec metallers ANONYMUS have scheduled the following dates:

March 01 - Riviere-du-Loup, QC - Maison Des Jeunes
March 02 - Quebec, QC - Bar Le Monkey
March 08 - Joliette, QC - l'Azile
March 19 - Thunder Bay, ON - The Killoys
March 21 - Prince Albert, SK - The Union Center (with INTO ETERNITY)
March 22 - Regina, SK - The Exchange (with INTO ETERNITY)
March 23 - Lethbridge, AB - tba
March 24 - Edmonton, AB - The Meadhall
March 25 - Prince George, BC - Sound Entertainment
March 26 - Victoria, BC - Logan's
March 27 - Vancouver, BC - The Cobalt
March 28 - Calgary, AB - The Underground
March 29 - Winnipeg, MB - The Zoo (with SACRIFICE)

ANONYMUS, 3 INCHES OF BLOOD, BLINDED BY FAITH, MARTYR and THE END have been nominated in the "Favorite Metal Artist/Group Or Duo Of The Year" category at the 2008 Indie Awards, set to take place on Saturday, March 8 at The Fairmont Royal York Hotel - Canadian Room in Toronto.

The Indies celebrate the best in independent music. Nominees are selected by committees of industry professionals from all areas of the music scene and winners will be decided by a combination of public and industry voting. Fans will be able to vote for their favorite independent artists, beginning Tuesday, February 5, by visiting

For more information on the 2008 Indie Awards, read this press release.

ANONYMUS recently released the video for the song "Terremoto". The clip, which was premiered prior to the band's November 10, 2007 performance at Club Soda in Montreal, can be viewed below.

"Terremoto" comes off ANONYMUS' latest album, "Chapter Chaos Begins", which was released in Canada in October 2006 via Galy Records. The CD was produced by Jean-Fran├žois Dagenais (KATAKLYSM, MISERY INDEX) and was mastered by Peter In de Betou (MESHUGGAH, DIMMU BORGIR).

According to a press release, ANONYMUS is "a well-respected institution among the Quebec metal scene," having "always delivered a live performance full of intensity and infectious energy. They are without a doubt a driving force in the Canadian metal scene."


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